Saw something you like in a blogshop? A typical smartphone will probably have you taking a simple screenshot and it goes into your photo gallery – which is an unsorted mess at best. That, or you might be checking for the best deal across a few sites, and bookmarking multiple pages can become a real pain since you need to click to view each deal and listing. The S Pen helps to organize your e-shopping into a more sensible experience.
Simply hold the S Pen near the screen's surface, and press the button on the stylus. A floating Air Command menu appears, and the Smart Select feature is what you're looking for. Once you've highlighted your choice, tap the 'Share' at the top of the display, and select Save to Scrapbook. This step is important because of the Scrapbook app's inherent functionalities - the in-built Scrapbook stores a copy of your screenshot, together with the URL of the page you saved.
There's also Screen Write in Air Command, which lets you doodle on your screenshots before saving, so you can make important annotations to highlight details such as circling the 'free delivery' clause on the page. Within Screen Write, there's a new Note functionality called Scroll Capture that lets you snap long screenshots of up to 22 pages vertically, making it extremely handy for sites like Amazon with multiple listings of the same product. If you only want a crop of the screenshot for better focus, there's also the lasso drawing tool in Smart Select, which can be further refined with Auto Shape once you're done tracing.
To top it off, the S Pen's tip is fine enough to press those ridiculously small X on pop-up ads. While it's a convenience feature at best, it is nice to be able to shop without interruption.
Simply press Capture More for longer webpages and hit Done when satisfied.
Sample of scroll capture.